Sanitation & Sewerage

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An ecological sanitation (ecosan) viewpoint sees human waste and wastewater as an opportunity. When properly designed and operated, ecosan systems provide a hygienically safe, economical, and closed-loop system to convert human wastes into nutrients to be returned to the soil, and water to be returned to the land. Alternatively, solid wastes are converted into a biofuel. The primary application for ecosan systems has been in rural areas where connection to a sanitary sewer system is not possible, or where water supplies are very limited.
The main objectives of ecological sanitation are:
• To reduce the health risks related to sanitation, contaminated water and waste
• To prevent the pollution of surface and ground water
• To reuse nutrients or energy contained within wastes.

Sewerage

Sewerage refers to the infrastructure that conveys sewage. It encompasses components such as receiving drains, manholes, pumping stations, storm overflows, and screening chambers of the combined sewer or sanitary sewer. Sewerage ends at the entry to a sewage treatment plant or at the point of discharge into the environment. In loose American English usage, the terms “sewerage” and “sewage” are sometimes used interchangeably.

Services

Although the organisation provides services in-house, specialist agencies are associated as consultants for each project for services required, and in-house manpower is utilised for coordinating drawings, site management and bill checking.

Contact Us

Tilak Tower, IInd Floor,E-101-102 Nehru colony
Near Hotel Him Palce, Dehradun (UK).
Call Us on : +91 135-2669967, 9719109547,
Time : 10AM to 6PM
E-mail: mail@cec.org.in